So try leaving your gun at home, David.
That sounds like bad advice, Jack; like recommending drunken driving:
it works out OK most of the time
, but its still too risky.
Most of us do it ALL THE TIME, and we don't fear the world.
That 's irresponsible & indecent
to go around like that.
I did not "fear"
the world, as u put it,
on the night when I was subjected to gunfire in my car,
but theoretically, the next shot coud have had fatal results,
regardless of my absence of emotion. There was that potential.
Sounds to me like you've lived in fear of everything since you were eight,
U have that backward
I armed myself because
I felt ill-at-ease, in an unarmed condition
(tho I was in a quiet, wholesome environment).
I was invested with peace of mind, when I acquired my first .38 revolver.
I felt better years later, when I upgraded to a .44 special, in stainless steel mirror.
and you have to carry a gun to cancel out that fear.
You need therapy, you don't need a gun.
Its true that don 't need any additional guns; I have enuf, for my security,
but that "fear
" that u allege is only in your imagination